Gail E. Springer

April 1, 1945 - January 19, 2013
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Five Rivers Church
290 Whitehall Road
Elkton, MD 21921
410-398-4234 | Map
Saturday 3/2, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Five Rivers Church
290 Whitehall Road
Elkton, MD 21921
410-398-4234 | Map
Saturday 3/2, 11:00 am

Gail E. Springer, 67, of Elkton, MD, went home to be with the Lord on January 19, 2013 surrounded by loved ones. Born in Chester, PA on April 1, 1945, Gail was the daughter of the late Jack F. and M. Elizabeth Stevens, sister to John T. Stevens, mother to Jennifer L. Clark, and wifeContinue Reading

Ricky Lewis. Cat Crusaders Incorporated left a message on June 7, 2013:
I am just recently learning of Gail's passing. I knew Gail through animal rescue work that I did for her on her property. Gail always had a loving concern for the animals around her. I helped Gail out by having all the cats in her neighborhood spayed and neutered. The cats were very important to her. She fed every critter in the neighborhood. She wanted all of them to be safe so she asked me to trap them all and get them fixed including rabies shots. Whenever she would find a animal injured, Gail would always call me. She had a very big heart. It was a privilege to be able to help her out with her cats and other local friends that she made. If there's anything that I can do to help the family out please let me know. Gail was a very kind soul and I will miss her.
Susan Curtis left a message on March 25, 2013:
When I couldn't reach Gail it worried me that something had happened. It was a true pleasure knowing Gail and I am blessed for the times that we visited and talked as she touched my life, as I'm sure she did everyone's, in such a positive way. I know she is enjoying Heaven and embraced by angels!
Joan (Sutton) Twaddell left a message on March 11, 2013:
Gail had invited me, my husband, Howard, and daughter, Joanne, and also other friends, Nancy & Jim Sparklin, also from High School to lunch in Dec. We had a great fellowship and she asked us if we enjoyed the lasagna that she "slaved" over!!! We all said it was delicious!! She laughed out loud and said, "Yeah, I "slaved" over it, It is Stauffer's, I opened the package, stuck it in the oven and baked it!!" That is the fun loving Gail I will always remember! Sometimes our daughter, Joanne, who also has diabetes, and I would meet Gail in Elkton for lunch and would talk for hours on end about everything under the sun and usually end up in tears of laughter!!! Her last e-mail to me on Jan 5th, she wrote, "Keep positive- God tells us in His Word that all things work together for the good of those who love Him & are called according to His purpose! This is just a "Season" that we are passing through in our lives and if we keep a positive attitude & mind-set we will get through." She went to the hospital 2 days later!! I think with her faith, she knew it was close to her "Time!" We will miss you deeply, Gail !! Your friend, Joan (Sutton) Twaddell
Doug Gridley left a message on January 28, 2013:
I was moved by Gail's concern for me not too long ago. I was packing to leave for a short mission trip to Cuba. Gail called me and shared her concern about the trip, then asked if she could pray for me. What a woman of God. I have travelled many times to many places abroad - Gail is the only one ever to make a call like that. I loved her in the lord and will miss her deeply.
Linda Butler left a message on January 25, 2013:
Every now and again, usually on the spur of the moment, Gail and I would head out to lunch to catch-up on what was going on in our lives and encourage one another in our daily walk. We were in Pat's in Elkton one day for lunch and while we were waiting in line to put in our order, Gail asked me if I knew the song, "I Can Only Imagine"? I told her that I knew the song, loved it, but like the lyrics state, I could only imagine what my reaction/response might be when I finally am in the presence of the Lord. Without skipping a beat Gail gave me one of her looks and said loudly, "Oh honey, I'm gonna DANCE!" I believe that's exactly what you did, Gail. You DANCED. I will miss your presence here, but by our Father's promise to those who believe in His Son, I will see you again someday.
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Conni Barker left a message on January 23, 2013:
Gail always brings to mind someone kind and caring. I can never remember a time when she was not kind and gracious. She will be missed.
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